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Integrated Coastal Area Management: The Case of India

  • G. Narayana Swamy

Abstract

Littoral states have both distinct advantages and disadvantages caused by having the sea by the side. Developing maritime countries have to face the dual problem of mobilising resources to make use of the advantages, and also to combat the disadvantages.

Keywords

Ower Stat Indian Coastal Water Maritime Country Integrate Coastal Area Management Coastal Marine Site 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Narayana Swamy
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  1. 1.National Institute of OceanographyGoaIndia

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